Is Anna Madeley Married? Her Husband, Daughter, Net Worth, Bio, Parents

Anna Madeley
Anna Madeley, an English actress, has been dubbed the "brightest and most versatile young actress" by some reviewers. She has appeared on major British television networks and has acted with the Royal Shakespeare Company for three seasons. She has also worked in radio and television, as well as appearing in three off-West End productions.

Anna Madeley's Parents: Who Are They?

Anna Madeley was born in the year 1976 in London, England, and her birthday is March 8th. The names of her British parents are yet to be revealed by this actress. Her parents raised her in London. Anna is of English descent and British nationality.

She aspired to be a popular Hollywood actress since she was a teenager. As a result, she enrolled in London, England's Central School of Speech and Drama. Anna went on to earn a degree in Performing Arts from the University of Michigan.

Is Anna Madeley married or has she never been Married? Husband

Anna Madeley has been married to Benedict Cumberbatch on screen, but only for a short husband. In the TV series Patrick Melrose, she had an on-screen relationship with her so-called husband or boyfriend Benedict. In real life, however, Anna Madeley has yet to marry and make anyone her official husband. As a result, she is quiet about her personal life.

This British actress has not been seen with any men and does not seem to be in a true love illegal relationship. When asked about her personal or married life, she finds a way to get away from a slew of questions in her meetings. Despite this, she is often seen with male actors or relatives.

However, there has been no conclusive evidence linking the two to extramarital affairs. Regardless of any details about her boyfriend or husband, Anna revealed in an interview that she has a daughter. If she proves it publicly, it's still unclear if she has a biological or adopted kid.

Anna Madeley's net worth is unknown.

Anna Madeley's successful acting career earns her a good living. She has been collecting between $70,000 and $100,000 a year for the past few years.

Anna Madeley's net worth is projected to be $10 million as a result of her professional career. As a result, she has been enjoying a luxurious lifestyle on her earnings.

A Career

Her professional career began when she was a child actress. She was a member of the Royal Shakespeare Company for three seasons, from 2001 to 2004. In the year 2005, she appeared in three off-Broadway productions: Laura Wade's Colder Than Here, The Philanthropist, and The Cosmonaut's Last Message.

In the following year, Anna played both Aaron and Young Alexander Ashbrook in the original Royal National Theatre production of Helen Edmundson's Coram Boy. After that, she appeared in two BBC TV movies, The Secret Life of Mrs Beeton and Aftersun, as well as the high-profile ITV drama The Outsiders. Anna made a guest appearance on Channel 4's Consent. When the original actress fell ill in February 2007, she stepped in as Nina in a production of The Seagull as an understudy.

She portrayed Grindley in the Broadway production of The Philanthropist in 2009. The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister, based on a script by Jane English, featured her. Anna appeared in Hammer Films' first live theatre production, The Turn of the Screw: A New Stage Adaptation. In the Netflix series The Crown, she played Clarissa Eden in the year 2016.

Anna Madeley's Films and Television Shows

She has appeared in a number of television shows and films. Back Home in 1990, Aftersun in 2006, The Outsiders in 2006, The Secret Life of Mrs Beeton in 2006, Uninvited in 2007, The Old Curiosity Shop in 2007, Agatha Christie's Marple: A Pocket Full of Rye in 2008, The Secret Diaries of Miss Anne Lister in 2010, and so on are some of Anna's notable appearances in films.

Madeley's notable television appearances include Cold Feet in 1998, Dad in 1999, An Unsuitable Job for a Woman in 2001, The Royal in 2003, Lewis in 2007, Sense and Sensibility in 2008, Waking the Dead in 2008, The Children in 2008, Crooked House in 2008, Agatha Christie's Poirot in 2013, Silent Witness in 2013, Utopia in 2013, The Crown in 2016, and several others.

She has also worked on the radio and on stage in addition to her acting career. Ann's radio credits include Shadows in Bronze (2005, as Helena Justina), Venus in Copper (2006, as Helena), The Iron Hand of Mars (2007, as Helena), Poseidon's Gold (2009, as Helena), Hammer Horror's The Unquenchable Thirst of Dracula (2017, as Penny Woods), and others.

The Merry Wives of Windsor in 1986, Be My Baby in 1998, Sense & Sensibility in 2000, Ladybird in 2004, The Rivals in 2004, Colder Than Here in 2005, The Philanthropist in 2005, Coram Boy in 2005–2006, Contractions in 2008, Earthquakes in London in 2010, The Crucible in 2014, among others are just a few of Madeley's stage works.